Educate Out Prejudice

 
 

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Can LGBT be embedded into entry level ESOLdefinition< courses? A teacher might steer clear of this equality strand, or have concerns that student’s language levels or cultural backgrounds would make the lesson controversial and divisive. We found that by embedding LGBT into the curriculum and taking a cross college approach to awareness-raising worked best. Find out how!

The project hoped to provide the correct conditions to foster environments where learners and staff feel comfortable about sexual orientation and gender identities, including disclosure.

Additionally we wanted to investigate any unique challenges to be overcome within an adult context, enabling staff to have confidence and the resources to challenge prejudice, discrimination and promote the Equalitydefinition agenda amongst people from diverse cultures.

 
 
                                 The Educate Out Prejudicedefinition< film by Morley College 

 

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Why all the questions<

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Raising Awareness<

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Contact us
Project Leader - Carole Powell
                                      
Project Co-ordinator  - Laila El-Metoui
 
Project Administrator - Sara Burgess
Email: sara.burgess@morleycollege.ac.uk<
 
 
Phone: 020 7450 1880
 
Address:Morley College
Partnerships, Equalities and Enterprise
61 Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 8HT
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